Next Demo at Pacific Ranch Market this Friday, August 24, from 4-7 p.m.

Anyone interested in sampling Obaachan Sauce Company’s Original and Spicy Yakitori Sauces is invited to join me at Pacific Ranch Market in Orange. I will be there handing out free samples this Friday, August 24, from 4-7 p.m. please come out and have a taste. The address is 7540 East Chapman Avenue Orange, CA 92869. I truly hope to see a lot of you there!

Questions about broiling vs grilling salmon

I’ve had a few questions regarding broiling salmon. I, personally, like to grill it on the bar-b-que (more about that at the end of this write-up). If anyone reading this has some tips for how they use the broiler, they would be greatly appreciated. What I have been told by one such broiler (thanks to Monet W. SoCal) is that she likes to cook a whole filet by this method. Here are her instructions: Set oven to broil; place salmon on baking sheet (use oven spray), coat both sides with Yakitori sauce, and place on upper middle rack; broil for 7-10 minutes then lower temperature to 400 degrees for another 7 minutes or until done. This will allow the sauce to caramelize on the fish. I will have to try this method too! My favorite way to make salmon is to make a tray out of aluminum foil by doubling it and folding up the sides (to keep the juices out of the bar-b-que). I lightly spray the tray with oven spray and place a little bit of butter under each piece of salmon. I take a whole filet and remove the skin, then cut it into 2-3 inch strips, and place them into the tray. Cook on high heat for about 6 minutes per side. Flip the salmon, (after 4 minutes has elapsed on the second side) place a tablespoon of spicy yakitori sauce on each piece, wait 2 minutes, flip, and add another spoon to the other side, wait about a minute and remove. Mmmm good!

Hello world!

Hey everyone! This is to thank all of you that supported the birth of a new brand! Hopefully we will be able to provide timely content, info on upcoming events, new recipes, and anyones comments sent to the company website. We are really looking forward to sharing new ideas for grilling on the bar-b-que, broiling, sauteing, stir-frying, cooking with, or using Obaachan Sauce Company’s Original and Spicy Yakitori sauces. Please share your favorite uses with us so that we may post them for others to try. Everyday we learn of new ways to use these versatile sauces. Remember, they are all natural and preservative free!